NAG Seminar

The Studio - Birmingham, UK
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NAG’s 12th edition of the highly successful Collection Development seminar alongside a Public Libraries Forum event will be taking place at The Studio, Birmingham on Wednesday 11th May 2022.  We will be offering one free delegate place to every NAG Member institution for both the Collection Development Seminar and the Forum so we anticipate high attendance for this return to physical events for NAG.

For this edition, the topic is “Transition – problems, solutions, conclusions.” NAG invites papers from those that can share knowledge, best practice, experiences and reflections around Transition for both the academic seminar and the public library forum. We welcome contributions on issues such as:

– What factors drove the identification of a new policy? How did you determine the policy content?

– What factors drove implementation of a new system? How did you tender and plan the project?

– How did you communicate about the proposed transition with employees and other stake holders?

– Post-transition review and conclusions. Did it deliver your objectives? Was it worth the disruption?

– What were the easiest and hardest parts of your transition? How much change management is involved?

BibliU is proud to sponsor this event. We look forward to seeing you there!

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